Final Fantasy is now celebrating its 30th anniversary, and part of its celebrations also include one particular train station. This very station is the Minato Mirai station in Yokohama, which plays Victory Fanfare whenever a train leaves. However, a few passengers caught on, and twitter user, @ozakikazuyuki, even recorded it as it played.
みなとみらい駅の発車メロディがFF仕様になった…。 元町方面は「勝利のファンファーレ」（のジングル部分）、横浜方面は「メインテーマ」（の冒頭部分）。キャンペーン中だと知らなかったので、今朝初めて聞いた時は下車した人の携帯のメール着信音が爆音で鳴ったのかと思った…。 pic.twitter.com/gOlO18p7iA
— OZAKI (@ozakikazuyuki) June 1, 2017
But it seems that they only play Victory Fanfare for trains that are leaving for Motomachi Park. As for those leaving for Yokohama, they’re playing the Final Fantasy Brave Exvius version of the franchise’s main theme song. Don’t worry though, because twitter user @hollabackgirl_k also recorded the song as it played.
— ＊kei (@hollabackgirl_k) June 1, 2017
And if you want to catch them playing these themes, don’t fret, because they’ll be here for a month. The station will keep playing these Final Fantasy tunes until 7th July, so better plan those trips to Yokohama.